Siemens Industry Inc.
390 Kent Avenue
Elk Grove Village , IL 60007 US
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“Our CNC technology is based on where we want to be in ten years – it’s the backbone.”
-- Tim Smith, Smiths Machine
A Message from Siemens Industry Inc.
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Siemens Event Focuses on Benefits of Machine Tool Digitalization
Machine Tool Day Oct. 15 will also include unveiling of Siemens’ Sinumerik One CNC.
SAP, Siemens Partner to Enable Collaborative Processes
Partnership will deliver integrated end-to-end software solutions across product lifecycle, supply chain and asset management.
Advanced CNC Training Program Teaches In-Demand Skills
According to these three educational program managers, the Siemens LEAP program gives students experience with basic to advanced CNC machining techniques that employers are using in their shops.
Outsourcing Optimizes Control Panel Construction
Given the multiple challenges associated with in-house panel building such as quality design, expertise, support and technology, outsourcing quickly becoming a viable option.
Siemens Sinamics G120X Used in Varied Applications
With horsepower ranging from 1 to 700, Sinamics G120X from Siemens is optimized for pump, fan and compressor applications.
Siemens Invests in Motor Testing Facility
The new test observatory allows customers to participate by observing testing through bay windows, direct cameras and mirroring computers.
Siemens/Festo Didactic Partnership Takes Aim at Skills Gap
Siemens is partnering with Festo Didactic to offer a certification program to help students, instructors and learning institutions combat the skills gap in the rapidly changing manufacturing industry.
Factory Fills Market Gap with Steel Rotor Shafts
This article details Siemens Norwood’s implementation of a CNC mill-turn that enabled the company to manufacture steel rotor shafts to be used in Above NEMA electric motors, meeting a market demand for larger frame sizes, higher speeds and larger and stiffer rotor shafts.
Mill-Turn Saves Time and Meets Market Demands
The Siemens Norwood Large Drives motor factory reduced setup times and met customer demand by purchasing a WFL M80 mill-turn capable of fluting, a process that can remove 60 percent more material with each pass than existing machines’ welding capabilities.
Smart Operation Integrates Machines into Production Process
Siemens’ Smart Operation encompasses work processes surrounding the Sinumerik 840D sl CNC and simplifies the integration of machines into the production process.
Siemens Event Introduces New Products and Emerging Communications
Siemens Factory Automation recently gathered with solution partners and end users for a four-day conference to share business ideas and strategies.
Sinamics S210 Servodrive System Simplifies Motion Control
Siemens’ Sinamics S210 converter servodrive system is designed for use with the Simotics S-1FK2 motors and the converters come with integrated safety functions that enable engineering via motion technology objects in Simatic S7-1500 controllers.
Wall-Mounting Kits are for Siemens G-Series Drive Platform
Siemens’ wall-mounting kits are for its Sinamics G120C and G120 PM240-2 modular drives and allow installation of the drives and conform to NEMA 1 and UL Type 1 standards for interior applications.
Sinumerik Operate Facilitates Setup of Complex Workpieces
Siemens Industry Inc.’s Sinumerik Operate user interface integrates HMI-Advanced, ShopMill and ShopTurn in a single end-user interface for machine tools that contain functions that facilitate the setup and manufacture of complex workpieces.
Siemens Expands Tech Center
Siemens recently cut the ribbon to its expanded Technical Application Center in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. For training purposes, the facility offers three milling machines, a turning center, and other workstations, as well as two classrooms.
Siemens Partners with U.S. Tech Schools
Siemens has announced the launch of a new workforce development program for secondary and technical schools across America called L.E.A.P. (Lifelong Educational Advantage Program).
Another Effort at Training New Machinists
Randy Pearson, Siemens international business development manager, is passionate about training for all levels of CNC machine tools. He recently wrote an article about this topic.
Tool Monitoring Increases Productivity
Shops that implement unattended machining to become more productive often use tool monitoring to make this process even more efficient.
Fast and Precise Tool Identification
The use of industrial identification in tool handling not only saves time and costs during recording, transmission and management of the tool data, but also increases manufacturing quality and machine tool productivity.
4,000 Pages of Info in Your Pocket
Eliminating the heavy manuals, this app from Siemens provides CNC instruction, content and troubleshooting at your fingertips.
Remote Access and Monitoring Reduces Service Calls
By implementing this system on its CNC turning machines, the company, Monogram Aerospace Fasteners (MAF), reduced machine tool service calls by more than 25 percent, saving time and increasing productivity.